Barring a physical, Miguel Tejada is coming back to Baltimore for a second reunion. In his first stint he was a three time All Star and hit one hundred and three home runs. After a few years in Houston, he made a forgettable return in 2010 hitting .269 7 HR and 39 RBI's over half of the season. He was soon dealt to the San Diego Padres. One has to wonder with this acquisition and that of utility infielder Bill Hall, that the Orioles are trying to add depth to better prepare for the departure of Mark Reynolds. Let's admit it, Reynolds won't last too much longer with us. Wilson Betimet is playing much better at third base and has better eye hand coordination at the plate. To help platoon him, Hall and Tejeda will most likely compete for the back up role. In the event that Brian Roberts returns this season, they may move Robert Andino to third base and use Betemit, Hall or Tejada in a backup role. Whatever the case may be, the moves the Orioles have made are definitely edging Reynolds out. If Mark produces enough over the next few months, we may actually be able to trade him away at the deadline.